Jaishankar to present India’s views on Afghan peace process

New Delhi, Mar 30: External Affairs Minister, S Jaishankar is likely to present India’s view on the Afghan peace process later today.

Jaishankar is in Tajikistan and will hold meetings with leaders of the Central Asian States.

Jaishankar will today come face to face with his Pakistan counterpart Shah Mahmood Qureshi at Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan.

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No Indo-Pak bi-lateral so far on sidelines of Afghan meet

New Delhi, Mar 30: External Affairs Minister, S Jaishankar will today come face to face with his Pakistan counterpart Shah Mahmood Qureshi at Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan.

The two leaders would be taking part in a meeting on Afghanistan. On March 30, the two ministers will be taking part in the Heart of Asia conference in Dushanbe, where the future of Afghanistan would be discussed. However there is no word of a bi-lateral during the meet.

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With a likely meeting of Jaishankar, Qureshi Indo-Pak tensions set to thaw further

New Delhi, Mar 20: External Affairs Minister, S Jaishankar will come face to face with his Pakistan counterpart Shah Mahmood Qureshi at Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan later this month.

The two leaders would be taking part in a meeting on Afghanistan. On March 30, the two ministers will be taking part in the Heart of Asia conference in Dushanbe, where the future of Afghanistan would be discussed. The two leaders are likely to meet on the sidelines of this meeting. 

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While spelling out India’s way forward, Jaishankar tells China bi-lateral is not a one way street

New Delhi, Jan 29: External Affairs Minister, S Jaishankar clearly outlined that the only way forward for India and China is for the armies to go back to their permanent bases along the Line of Actual Control in Eastern Ladakh.

On Thursday, Jaishankar outlined eight broad principles for repairing ties between India and China that included strict adherence to all agreements on management of the Line of Actual Control, mutual respect and sensitivity, and recognising each other”s aspirations as rising Asian powers.

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In Sri Lanka, Jaishankar reiterates demand to fulfil expectations of Tamil minorities

New Delhi, Jan 06: India called on Sri Lanka to meet the Tamil minority’s expectations for a greater devolution of powers as part of the reconciliation process.

India also committed itself to greater cooperation aimed at boosting the post COVID-19 recovery effects of the nation. 

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India-UK talk free trade, defence and security ahead of Boris Johnson’s visit

New Delhi, Dec 15: The meeting between visiting UK Secretary of State, Domnic Raab and India’s foreign minister, S Jaishankar was dominated by defence and security cooperation and a free trade agreement.

Both countries agreed on a 10 year, 360 degree roadmap for upgrading India-UK Partnership to the next level. 

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Jaishankar, Raab to draw up 10 year roadmap for quantum jump in Indo-UK relations

New Delhi, Dec 15: British foreign and commonwealth secretary, Dominic Raab will begin a two day and will hold talks with India’s External Affairs Minister, S Jaishankar. The focus would be extensively on bilateral trade and security.

Raab and Foreign Minister S Jaishankar will review the progress made in the effort to draw up a 10 year roadmap for a quantum jump in the relationship between India and the UK. 

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India-UK set to lay 10 year roadmap for quantum jump in relations

New Delhi, Dec 09: British foreign and commonwealth secretary, Dominic Raab will begin a two day visit to India from December 16. The focus would be extensively on bilateral trade and security.

Raab and Foreign Minister S Jaishankar will review the progress made in the effort to draw up a 10 year roadmap for a quantum jump in the relationship between India and the UK. 

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Indo-US 2+2 meeting to be preceded by bilateral with Rajnath, Jaishankar

New Delhi, Oct 26: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh will hold talks with his US counterpart Mark Esper, while External Affairs Minister, S Jaishankar will hold a bilateral with Secretary Mike Pompeo in the national capital.

While Rajnath’s meeting has been fixed for 3.15 pm, Jaishankar will meet with Pompeo at 7 pm. The two dignitaries would then be hosted for a dinner by Rajnath Singh. On Tuesday both the US leaders would visit the war memorial and lay wreaths in honour of the soldiers. 

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